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  • Turn day-old bread into Bruschetta by simply spraying or brushing with Olive Oil and grill, bbq or toast until golden.
  • To keep roast capsicum for a few days, dress with Extra Virgin Olive Oil and salt and store covered in the fridge.
  • Stir a little Olive Oil into leftover plain cooked pasta before storing in the fridge so it doesn’t stick together.
  • When mixing a salad dressing, use 3 parts Extra Virgin Olive Oil to 1 part vinegar or lemon juice, season and shake together in a screw-top jar.
  • To serve fetta cheese Greek-style, drizzle with Extra Virgin Olive Oil and sprinkle with dried Greek oregano.
  • After gently washing your wok with warm water, dry and wipe all over with absorbent paper dipped in Olive Oil to prevent it rusting.
  • When deep frying, to test if the oil is hot enough, dip the handle of a wooden spoon in the oil. The oil will bubble around the handle if it is hot enough
  • Deep fry any leftover roast potatoes in Extra Light Olive Oil and serve sprinkled with smoked paprika and garlic salt.
  • Create a simple salad with sliced tomatoes, sliced red onion, peppers and herbs and drizzle with Extra Virgin Olive Oil
  • Olive oil can be substituted for butter in dishes such as mashed potatoes, cakes and even pastries